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Let Azure DevOps deploy a Spring Boot application to Azure Kubernetes Service

What are we trying to accomplish? Azure runs a very decent Kubernetes service these days. I have used it as the main infrastructure in a couple of projects and am quite impressed. Impressed enough to even suggest it as the target platform for our largest projects 😊 So let’s take a typical Java project, a project consisting of one or

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Use your own build container image to create containerized apps

Say you want to use an Azure DevOps pipeline to build your containerized app. This scenario is of course supported and you would leverage all the built-in stuff (built-in container image, default container tasks, hosted build agent, etc.). You can even choose between the UI or YAML to configure the build pipeline. But what if you cannot work with the

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Getting coverage reports with Angular

This artical is basically an extension to the previous post: Improving Angular Style and Code Quality and mashed up with: Better together: SonarQube, TypeScript and Code Coverage In short: we add SonarQube static analysis to our Angular CLI project and enable code coverage reports. Enable code coverage If you have used the CLI to generate your Angular project, there is

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Getting coverage reports with .NET Core

Code coverage calculates the percentage of code that is covered by automated (unit) tests. And unit tests are important to ensure ongoing code quality and predictability in our software. Code coverage reports help investigate how well our software development is doing by showing us that percentage. But we know all this right? Tests are important, so test coverage is also

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Versioning SharePoint Add-Ins in your VSO Scripted Build

In a previous post I wrote a bit about building your SharePoint Apps (or Add-Ins as they are now called) using the new scriptable build system in Visual Studio Online. https://yuriburger.net/2015/06/22/building-your-sharepoint-apps-using-the-new-scriptable-build-in-vso/ But there was a slight problem with this approach as it would always produce add-in packages with the version number from the AppManifest.xml file. And if you are working

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Versioning your SharePoint Apps using Team Foundation Server Team Builds

One of the cool features of Team Foundation Server is the ability to schedule and execute builds. This feature is simply known as “Team Builds” (or even shorter, just “Builds”) and provides some interesting extensibility points for doing Build Management. When it comes to build management, enabling  versioning on my SharePoint Apps is usually the first thing I do when

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